With the early signing period come and gone, schools and recruits focus their attention on the spring date. Huntington Prep guard JaQuan Lyle is one of the most sought after prospects left in the 2014 class.
Though several programs find themselves firmly in the mix, no one stands atop the leaderboard for the athletic Lyle.
"I'm pretty much being recruited by everybody, but I'm just enjoying the process right now," Lyle said. "I'm just trying my best to focus on school and this season. I don't have any favorites at the moment. I'm not signing until next signing period, so I have a lot of time to focus on school and this season and take my time."
Earlier this month, the 6-foot-4, 200 pound wing, visited West Virginia.
"The visit went really well," Lyle said. "The entire weekend was great. I got to spend a lot of time with the players. They had a walk through that I got to watch. It gave me a good feel for Coach Huggins and his staff. Overall, it was a great visit."
The Mountaineers, who don't currently have a remaining scholarship available for next season, made it clear Lyle was still a priority.
"They told me I could come in and be an impact player right away," he said. "I could come in and contend for a starting spot and play for a lot of minutes. Coach Huggs basically told me he wanted me and it's now up to me."
Scout.com ranks Lyle a four-star recruit and the fourth best point guard in the country.